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Quality Assurance Tester

QAT is a pure Java distributed test harness designed to distribute and run tests simultaneously over multiple target platforms. It is comprised of a GUI harness, which controls and sends tests to agents running remotely, and retrieves the results. It can be accessed via a browser interface if remote access to the harness is required.


Recent releases

  •  04 May 2004 13:57

    Release Notes: This is a maintanence release, so the code is very stable and has no bugs reported against it. Documentation and test cases were added. Further development on QAXML syntax is still ongoing.

    •  29 Sep 2003 16:52

      Release Notes: Support has been added for a new XML-based syntax which should eventually replace the QASH syntax. This release contains examples written in the new syntax to allow users to quickly get up to speed on the new format.

      •  23 Jan 2003 18:23

        Release Notes: This release uses the first version of the new XML-based syntax which will eventually replace the current QASH syntax. Several bugfixes and feature requests have been integrated. This release can co-exist multiple test syntaxes within same test workspace, allowing easy migration to the new syntax.

        •  28 Aug 2002 16:43

          Release Notes: Various GUI improvements and several bugfixes were made.


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